Samsung Galaxy A10s Price Slashed Again in Pakistan, now Retails at 19,999 Rupees Instead of 20,700/-

Faisal Rasool

Yesterday, Samsung jacked up the prices of multiple handsets, owing to the ongoing depreciation of the Pakistani rupee against the USD. These phones include two budget models from the A-series: the Galaxy A20s and the Galaxy A01, the entire S20 lineup, as well as last year’s S10 Lite. On a different note, however, the Samsung Galaxy A10s is going for a discount.


As per the market sources, the Galaxy A10s, which was originally retailing for Rs. 20,700 will now be available for only Rs. 19,999 — making for a Rs. 700 discount. Samsung introduced the A10s earlier in August last year, and this entry-level phone features a design that feels relevant, even a generation later.


You get an HD+ screen, bezel-less on three sides on Samsung a10s with a notch carved into it. It stretches 6.5” diagonally, delivering a 19:9 aspect ratio. The build is light, not only on the bezels but also on dimensions, weighing in at 168g and measuring only 7.7mm.


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Though it’s polycarbonate, the rear-shell has a glossy finish to it, available in black, blue, green, and red shades. A dual-camera with lives inside a minimalistic, compact housing at the top of Galaxy A10s, flanked by a side fingerprint scanner and Samsung’s branding.


The dual camera uses a 13MP main camera, combined with a 2MP depth-assist lens, rounded off by an LED flash. The front camera, nestled inside the v-cut, features a more modest 8MP module at a modest Samsung price tag.


Underneath the hood, there’s your standard budget internals: MediaTek’s P22 chipset and its processor clocked at 2.0GHz, 2GB /3GB of RAM (the 2GB variant is eligible for this discount), 32GB ROM that expands up to 512GB with a microSD card. The setup is powered by a 4,000 mAh battery that charges over a previous-gen micro-USB port.

Samsung ships it with Android Pie onboard, but it’s upgradable to the Android10-powered OneUI 2.0.

 

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